Pug
Probably few people do not know the dog pug breed. Pugs are now a very popular breed of dog. In numerous soap operas, the pug is the dog of aristocrats.…

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THE MOST DANGEROUS BREEDS OF DOGS IN THE WORLD
Which breeds are the most dangerous in the world? It is difficult to answer this question unequivocally, since the character of a small chihuahua may be more cocky than that…

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English Cocker Spaniel
English Cocker Spaniel - This breed was bred in England for hunting. The English Cocker Spaniel is small in stature, so it is very convenient for keeping in an apartment.…

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Bloodhound

Bloodhound Origin
Bloodhound belongs to the breeds of hunting dogs. This is a wonderful dog, and in her instinct she has no equal. On the hunt, she follows the trail perfectly, but does not kill the driven animal. Bloodhound means “bloodhound.” They have a strong sense of flair and they quickly find a wounded beast in its bloody trail.

Bloodhound is one of the oldest breeds, which is almost 1000 years old. The original home of these animals was the Ancient East, they were also popular in the Mediterranean countries. At that time, these dogs played a big role in people’s lives, and taxes were even allocated for their maintenance. The origin of the bloodhound is Belgium. Dogs of that time were black and white. To date, there are no pure black and white bloodhounds. Continue reading

Saint Bernard – History, Care, Character

You like the St. Bernard breed, now let’s talk a little about them.

The ancestors of the St. Bernards are large and hardy dogs that lived in the monastery of St. Bernard in the Swiss Alps in the XI century. Here, high in the mountains, these animals helped save people – they dug up a man and lay down next to him, warming his body. Then, when the person came to, the dog helped the traveler up and led to the monastery.

Saint Bernard breed
The Monastery of Saint Bernard was in the area of ​​the great Saint Bernard Pass, which subsequently gave its name to these dogs. According to historical data, St. Bernards helped to find and save more than two thousand people. Continue reading

Raising a dog at home

Raising a dog begins at home, from the first days of being in it, and lasts a lifetime. In the house, the animal spends a lot of time communicating with you and family members, and your society for the pet is a whole universe with its own laws. It is from home that the puppy’s upbringing begins.

Law No. 1. My home is my castle
The concept of a house for a dog can be considered at different levels. First of all, this is the home of the pet. It should be inviolable and associated with a puppy only with pleasant feelings. To accustom him to the place, you can even hide goodies for dogs or toys under his bedding. Continue reading

Boxer
Boxers can look tough and aggressive, but it is only superficial, in life they are attractive, playful and joyful friends for a person. They get along with the whole family,…

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WHAT TO DO IF A BEE BITS A DOG
It is difficult to find a person whom a bee has never stung in his life. Bites of honey insects not only cause pain, but also carry a considerable danger:…

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HOW TO CARRY A DOG ON THE PLANE
Going on a trip, it’s easier for a while to entrust the lookout for the dog to friends or someone close. But what if there is nobody to ask for…

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HOW TO PROMOTE PARENTS TO BUY THE DOG
Which gift is most desired for a child? New doll, bike, fashion gadget? Maybe. But for many children, the dream is to buy a puppy. A tailed friend will never…

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